2007

Workflows for e-Science

Scientific Workflows for Grids

ISBN: 978-1-84628-519-6 (Print) 978-1-84628-757-2 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-8

      Introduction

  3. Scientific versus Business Workflows

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      Pages 9-16

      Scientific versus Business Workflows

  4. Application and User Perspective

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      Pages 17-17

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      Pages 19-38

      Generating Complex Astronomy Workflows

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      Pages 39-59

      A Case Study on the Use of Workflow Technologies for Scientific Analysis: Gravitational Wave Data Analysis

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      Pages 60-79

      Workflows in Pulsar Astronomy

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      Pages 80-90

      Workflow and Biodiversity e-Science

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      Pages 91-108

      Ecological Niche Modeling Using the Kepler Workflow System

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      Pages 109-125

      Case Studies on the Use of Workflow Technologies for Scientific Analysis: The Biomedical Informatics Research Network and the Telescience Project

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      Pages 126-142

      Dynamic, Adaptive Workflows for Mesoscale Meteorology

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      Pages 143-163

      SCEC CyberShake Workflows—Automating Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis Calculations

  5. Workflow Representation and Common Structure

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      Pages 165-165

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      Pages 167-173

      Control- Versus Data-Driven Workflows

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      Pages 174-189

      Component Architectures and Services: From Application Construction to Scientific Workflows

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      Pages 190-207

      Petri Nets

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      Pages 208-226

      Adapting BPEL to Scientific Workflows

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      Pages 227-243

      Protocol-Based Integration Using SSDL and π-Calculus

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      Pages 244-257

      Workflow Composition: Semantic Representations for Flexible Automation

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      Pages 258-275

      Virtual Data Language: A Typed Workflow Notation for Diversely Structured Scientific Data

  6. Frameworks and Tools: Workflow Generation, Refinement, and Execution

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      Pages 277-277

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      Pages 279-299

      Workflow-Level Parametric Study Support by MOTEUR and the P-GRADE Portal

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      Pages 300-319

      Taverna/myGrid: Aligning a Workflow System with the Life Sciences Community

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      Pages 320-339

      The Triana Workflow Environment: Architecture and Applications

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